Mojca Kucler Dolinar talks about the process of higher education reform in Slovenia, which is based on the Bologna principles and is driven in large part by the growing number of Slovenian students who seek opportunities for higher education. She explains that the goals are to ensure compatibility among educational institutions and to create a more open, effective, and competitive system. She mentions the most significant political challenges facing this process and talks about the importance of sharing free-market ideas in universities and think tank groups.
Mojca Kucler Dolinar
Mojca Kucler Dolinar was Slovenia's Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology between 2007 and 2008. Since 2004, she has been a deputy in the National Assembly of the Republic of Slovenia where she served as chairperson of the Committee for Internal Politics, Public Administration and Justice. She was a member of the Committee for Health and the Commission for the Rules of Procedure. Previously, she was a counselor in the Ljubljana town council. From 2004 to 2008 she was also a member of the Slovenian delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe. Mojca Kucler Dolinar graduated from the School of Law at the University of Ljubljana in 1997.
Interview with Mojca Kucler Dolinar by Luis Figueroa Mojca Kucler Dolinar
Thirty-Fourth Annual Conference, APEE Guatemala City April 7, 2009
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